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a person who fights for or defends any person or cause” Choosing to be part of healthcare is not an easy decision. Many of you had a champion, a leader, a mentor, that guided you, picked you up when you were down, helped you become who you are today. Who is your healthcare champion? Tell us who was there for you, who inspired you, who helped you through those long nights at the library. Email the publisher and tell us your story – no more than 100 words please and maybe we’ll publish your story.

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Individuals became champions both through informal emergence and a combination of formal appointment and informal emergence
 
Studies show that as many as 66% of new nurses experience burnout... mentorship, can help alleviate nurse burnout and thus promote retention.
 
Leaders learned that their staff were brilliant; they were the true heroes.
 
The best way to break down these barriers is through clinical champions who can change the culture. They can create a dynamic vision about how to include our patients and families, and share success stories

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Dr. Max Cynader inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Vancouver, BC
Dr. Adolfo de Bold inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Manotick, ON
Dr. Walter Mackenzie (late) inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Edmonton, AB
Dr. T.J. Murray, inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Halifax, NS
Dr. Ronald Worton inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Oakville, ON
Dr. Salim Yusuf inducted to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Hamilton, ON
Dr. Carol Herbert to Board of Governors, Council of Canadian Academies, Ottawa, ON
Khalid Usman to Chair, Board of Directors, Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation, Markham, ON
Deborah Patten to Chair, Health Care Foundation, St. John’s, NL
Cathryne Palmer to Director, Medical Sciences Radiation Program, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Rick Blickstead to President and CEO, Canadian Diabetes Association, Toronto, ON
Sonal Varma to Attending Pathologist, Kingston General Hospital, Kingston, ON
Ray Hession to Interim Chief Executive Officer, eHealth Ontario, Toronto, ON
Jeff Jurmain to National Communications Specialist, The Arthritis Society, Toronto, ON
Theo Goh to Consultant, Healthtech Consultants, Toronto, ON

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